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Although it seems I was fishing for compliments, the truth is that re:opera needed revampment. It still does; that is why I have opted for a soft opening. It has a new name, a new address, it has lost weight and is supposed to be user-friendlier, but it wasn’t born ready. In order to mark its return to life, I have published the revised discography of Mozart’s La Clemenza di Tito.

I am working on the revision of the discography of Handel’s Giulio Cesare. I am still learning how to deal with it – so things will be chaotic for a while. I ask for your understanding therefore.

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Count Almaviva has a bear costume? And does magician tricks?  In Franz Welser-Möst’s DVD of Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro, strange things happen.  The review is on re:  opera.

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Reviews of William Christie’s new DVD of Handel’s Semele with Cecilia Bartoli and of Ottavio Dantone’s DVD of Mozart’s Ascanio in Alba have been added to the discographies in re:  opera, which you can find in the link on your right.

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More Handel

A review of William Christie’s video of Handel’s Orlando has been added to the discography on re: opera.

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Although I don’t have a thousand lives to consecrate to Handel, I could spare two or three nights to complete the review of Alan Curtis’s video of Handel’s Ariodante from Spoleto. You can check it on re: opera. More Handel operas will follow – so check back in a few days.

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I have updated the discography of Mozart’s Die Entführung aus dem Serail in re: opera and added a review of the Gelmetti/Hampe DVD with Ruth Ann Swenson and Hans-Peter Blochwitz.

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Arbeitstier

After this long period of laziness, I’m trying to keep up with the backlog. So a review of the DVD of Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte from Paris has been just added to the discography.

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